Could Chris Brown (no, not that Chris Brown) be destined for the UFC?

Chris Brown is on a collision course with the UFC.

And no, it’s not the Grammy award-winning singer Chris Brown.

It’s the fighter Chris Brown. Never heard of him? Well, now you have.

A product of Jackson Wink MMA, Brown (5-1) brings a diverse arsenal to the cage. A former Texas state wrestling champion, Brown mixes up his striking and grappling well.

At WXC 84 on Wednesday, he put all aspects of his game on display when he defeated Dana White’s Contender Series competitor Austin Tweedy by first-round TKO.

Prior to WXC 84, Brown turned some heads in his previous fight at LFA 71 in July. The 30-year-old welterweight brutalized Yemi Oduwale to win by second-round TKO.

Cleverly nicknamed “Breezy and the Future” (poking fun at his more famous namesake), Brown has won his past three fights. His lone career loss came by split decision to UFC vet Thomas Gifford in October 2018.

Check out Brown’s slick striking display in the full fight video above.

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Fight footage courtesy of UFC Fight Pass, the UFC’s official digital subscription service, which is currently offering a seven-day free trial. UFC Fight Pass gives fans access to exclusive live UFC events and fights, exclusive live MMA and combat sports events from around the world, exclusive original and behind the scenes content and unprecedented 24-7 access to the world’s biggest fight library.

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